Additional resources

Crisis?

Crisis Text Line: Text START to 741-741

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255

The case manager can provide referrals to local mental health and health care providers. She can also connect with you with community resources including housing and food assistance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You may find additional assistance specific to a particular area from one of these sites below:

 

Advising Student Resources

The office is responsible for advising undecided undergraduates and academically deficient students. All Missouri S&T instructors, advisors and departments are encouraged to refer deficient students to the Undergraduate Advising Office for assistance. The office also provides student academic recovery sessions, faculty advising development conferences, campus outstanding academic advising awards and advising best practice tips and training.

 

Ask. Listen. Refer.
Online Suicide Prevention Training Program designed to help faculty, staff, and students prevent suicide.

 

Counseling, Disability Support and Student Wellness (CDSW)
Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness (CDSW) promotes the success and wellbeing of the Missouri S&T community through educational access, health promotion and psychological assistance.

 

Dean of Students

The Office of Community Standards & Student Conduct is established to foster and protect the scholarly, civic development of Missouri S&T students & further supports the University and its mission by providing a secure living-learning environment. Community Standards & Student Conduct is responsible for defining the behavioral expectations of students while educating the campus community regarding these standards and procedures.

 

Helping students in distress

Faculty, staff and students may encounter someone who is struggling with emotional pain. This web page can help you as you assist those in distress.

 

Institutional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Title IX) .

IEDI coordinates University compliance with Title IX obligations, oversees campus-wide education, training and outreach programming related to Title IX. This office also coordinates and ensures timely response and completion of the University’s investigation of Title IX concerns, including sexual violence or harassment, interpersonal/relationship violence, stalking, etc. in addition to other forms of gender-based harassment and inequity.

 

Missouri S&T Risk Rubric

Provides a generalized summary and classification system for assessing levels of risk.

 

Office of Registrar

The Office of the Registrar provides academic support to the S&T community as they help students achieve their academic goals.

 

Student Health Services

Student Health offers a wide range of primary health care for currently enrolled students at Missouri S&T. Multiple providers are available to deliver care for acute illness and injury as well as provide limited longer term services for ongoing medical issues.

 

UCARE

With the increasing number of students with various health concerns and learning challenges attending college, it is inevitable that more difficulties in functioning will be observed. When a need exists, UCARE offers consultation, assistance and response. Members of the campus community are encouraged to contact UCARE when concerned about a student, regardless of how insignificant the concern may seem. Doing so assists UCARE in collecting various pieces of the puzzle to connect the student with appropriate resources and support.

 

University Police

The mission of the Missouri S & T Police Department is to support the academic and campus community in fulfilling its commitment to teaching, research, and service.   The functions performed by the Missouri S & T Police Department include many services offered by a small municipal police agency, as well as certain service functions unique to the University setting.

 

Pathways

Compass Health Network (Pathways) is a non-profit health care organization that provides a full continuum of behavioral health services including psychiatric services and counseling.

 

PCRMC (Phelps County Regional Medical Center)

Phelps County Regional Medical Center is the Rolla are healthcare facility licensed for 242 patient beds. PCRMC is also one of Missouri’s leading regional referral centers, serving over 200,000 residents in South Central Missouri. PCRMC also offers inpatient psychiatric care through the Center for Psychiatric Services.

 

Prevention Consultants

Prevention Consultants of Missouri is a not for profit agency working to provide, promote, and support research based, effective prevention strategies including education, counseling and mentoring.

 

Your Community Health Center

YCH provides primary medical care even if you have no health insurance. Services include primary care, behavioral health and counseling and dental care for children. YCH also has an on-site pharmacy.